*This information is only for students that have Federal Perkins Loans and Institutional Loans.*
Georgia Tech is transitioning to UAS as your Student Loan Service Billing Provider in October 2017. We are partnering with University Accounting Service, LLC (UAS) to provide you with the billing services necessary to repay your student loans. Services include student loan billing, payment processing and deferment, forbearance, cancellation processing. Here’s what to expect:
- Final bills from ACS Campus Products and Services have been mailed to all borrowers
- As of Sept 29, 2017, all electronic billing and recurring payments at ACS will cease
- Beginning Mid-October 2017, borrowers will receive information and billing statements from UAS for future payments
Why is Georgia Tech transitioning to a new Student Loan Service Provider?
On January 1, 2017, ACS Education Services became part of Conduent Business Services, LLC. As a subsidiary of Conduent Business Services, ACS is leaving the higher education industry and will discontinue servicing student loans.
Will my loan amount, interest or monthly payment amounts change?
No, your loan amounts, interest and monthly payments will remain the same. If you currently make payments online or are set up for recurring ACH payments, the following action is required after you receive your first UAS billing statement:
Go to uasconnect.com and click on “Sign Up”. Once your UAS user account is setup you can:
- View your account balance and monitor activity
- Sign-up for electronic billing statements
- Setup automatic recurring payments or make a one-time payment
When will I be able to access my account through the UAS website?
Borrowers will have access to the UAS Borrower Portal beginning mid-October.
Does this affect my Federal Direct Loans?
The transition to UAS only affects students that have received Federal Perkins Loans and/or Institutional Loans from Georgia Tech. Students will still work directly with their lenders for Federal Direct Loan inquiries and repayment options.